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SEN TA, Wirral

Job description

Teaching Personnel are looking to recruit SEN Teaching Assistants/LSA's to work within a Special Educational Needs School in Wirral. You will be working with a dedicated and dynamic team to help support pupils access to teaching and learning. We are looking for people that are flexible and can work on a day to day basis as well as people that would like long term work.


The rate of pay for this school is £9 per hour.

The School
Our client school is an over-subscribed community day school which caters currently for children aged 11-19 years with varying SEN including: ASC, multi-sensory impairment, hearing or visual impairment with additional needs, profound and multiple learning disabilities, complex physical disabilities and additional medical needs including progressive and degenerative conditions.


Responsibilities
*To encourage pupils to join in with all activities and to take a full and active part in school life.
*To support and care for the child in their toileting needs.
*To prepare, modify and adapt resources and learning materials for the pupil as agreed with the class teacher and other professionals.
*To assist in resolving any behavioural, social and emotional difficulties which may arise.
*To encourage the pupil to develop a positive self image, and to develop confidence in their abilities and communication with others.


Requirements
You must have had solid experience working with children and/or young people with complex and severe learning disabilities including. Additional training and experience such as Moving and Handling, Team-Teach, Peg feeding, PECS, Personal Care would be highly beneficial.


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